In her seven-hour Archive interview, Elma Farnsworth (1908-2006) discusses her husband Philo T. Farnsworth's first television invention - the Image Dissector Tube - and the excitement of seeing its first moving image. She describes how Philo toiled to create the first electronic television, while RCA and Vladimir Zworykin worked on a similar invention, both trying to finish before the other. Farnsworth also talks about the heated competition and the ensuing patent fights between Philo and General David Sarnoff, then President of RCA. She talks about Philo's colleagues, laboratories, and companies, and speaks of the couple's home life, as well. Jeff Kisseloff conducted the interview on June 25, 1996 in Salt Lake City, UT.